Clip Art My Neighborhood My Home Myself Tracks 2013: FAQ: The conflict in Northern Ireland Ireland's history is a long story of suffering, suppression and poverty, but also one of strong people who refuse to give up and who manage to see things from a humorous side in the face of hardship. After most of Ireland got its freedom from Britain, the northern part remained in union with England, Scotland and Wales. In the following text we will look at some frequently asked questions (FAQ) in connection with the situation in Northern Ireland. What is the difference between Ireland and Northern Ireland? Ireland – or the Republic of Ireland as it is officially named – is a completely separate country and has no longer any formal bond to the UK. Why is there so much talk of Catholics and Protestants in the conflict in Northern Ireland? The Republic of Ireland is historically a Catholic country and a large majority of the Irish are Catholics. Why has this separation between the two Irish nations taken place? Ireland is one of England’s first colonies. Is the conflict a religious one?
ProjectBritain.com - A resource of British Life and Culture in the UK by Woodlands Junior Northern Ireland: A brief background to the conflict FAQs ABOUT NORTHERN IRELAND Ireland's history is a long story of suffering, suppression and poverty, but also one of strong people who refuse to give up and who manage to see things from a humorous side in the face of hardship. After most of Ireland got its freedom from Britain, the northern part remained in union with England, Scotland and Wales. In the following text we will look at some frequently asked questions (FAQs) in connection with the situation in Northern Ireland. Note: To find out more about the history of the conflict and the current situation in Northern Ireland, go to the links given below. What is the difference between Ireland and Northern Ireland? Ireland – or the Republic of Ireland as it is officially named – is now a completely separate country and has no longer any formal bond to the UK. Copyright: Getty Images Why is there so much talk of Catholics and Protestants in the conflict in Northern Ireland? Why has this separation between the two Irish nations taken place?
English for schools English for schools : un service de ressources numériques pédagogiques pour les 8-11 ans accessible en ligne, pour un apprentissage ludique et facilité de l'anglais en classe et à la maison. English for schools est un des onze nouveaux services pour faire entrer l'École dans l'ère du numérique. Le site s'adresse aux élèves et aux enseignants. [En vidéo] English for Schools, donner l'envie d'apprendre l'anglais English for Schools, donner l'envie d'apprendre l'anglais par EducationFrance English for Schools : pourquoi ? Permettre aux élèves de s’immerger dans la culture et l’actualité anglophonesDonner l’envie d’apprendre l’anglais à l’école et à la maisonPermettre aux enseignants de préparer plus facilement leurs cours d’anglais English for Schools : c’est quoi ? English for Schools : comment ?
Bobby Sands Biography Early Years A hero among Irish nationalists, Robert Gerard "Bobby" Sands was born in Belfast, Ireland on March 9, 1954. Bobby Sands was the oldest of four children born to John and Rosaleen Sands, and the couple's first son. At an early age, Sands's life was affected by the sharp divisions that shaped Northern Ireland. At the age of 10, he was forced to move with his family out of their neighborhood due to repeated intimidation by British loyalists. "I was only a working-class boy from a Nationalist ghetto," Sands later wrote about his childhood. Loyalist intimidation proved to be a theme in Sands's life. Activism The steady number of conflicts pushed Sands to join the Republican Movement in 1972. In late 1976, authorities arrested Sands again, this time in connection with a bombing that had taken place at a large furniture company, and an ensuing gun battle. As a prisoner, Sands's stature only grew. Death and Legacy
Authentic video in the classroom: Ireland II | Elisabeth Horn My second example of utilising authentic video in the EFL classroom is based on the same 50-minute travel video as my first. Of course, one can apply this to any video, but this time I will stick with Ireland. How I do it now will, however, differ from my last post because now I’ll concentrate on the language and vocabulary awareness in detail (but I wouldn’t use both methods on the same video in the same class, though). This approach is, however, associated with a lot of painstaking preparatory work for the teacher, because transcription of the video material needs to be done, at least for some of the clips. It takes about 1 hour to take down 5 minutes of video material, so one needs plenty of time to get a complete transcript. I rather enjoy transcribing videos and sound; oddly enough I experience the process as relaxing, especially if there is no deadline approaching. The “game board” that the students start out with looks like this: 1. 2. 3. 4A Road bowling 4B Janus the fertility god
Académie d'Orléans-Tours | Anglais Orléans-Tours : Troubles des apprentissages Troubles des apprentissages - pages 6 & 7 - 218Ko ⇒Les aménagements pédagogiques - page 8 - 218Ko ⇒Deux difficultés spécifiques: la lecture/l’apprentissage de l’anglais - page 9 - 218Ko ⇒Aménagements communs (en fonction des besoins de l’élève) - page 10 - 218Ko ⇒Socle commun de connaissances et de - 218Kocompétences- page 14. - 218Ko ⇒Troubles des apprentissages - pages 6 & 7 - 218Ko Définition: Les troubles des apprentissages correspondent à une atteinte durable et persistante affectant une ou plusieurs fonctions cognitives. Les troubles des apprentissages ne résultent pas : · d’une mauvaise formation scolaire ; · d’un contexte familial défaillant ; · d’un manque de volonté d’apprendre. Ils doivent être distingués de la « simple » difficulté. On distingue entre autres : · La dyslexie/dysorthographie : trouble d’apprentissage du langage écrit (lecture, transcription) · La dyspraxie : trouble de la planification et de l’automatisation des gestes volontaires Les évaluations La mise en œuvre
Authentic video in the classroom: Ireland I | Elisabeth Horn What you see here is an approximately 3-minute clip from a 50-minute travel video on Ireland. It is authentic, in the sense that it’s intended for English-speaking people interested in travelling and other countries, not for language learners per se. “Ireland” is one of many videos in the Globetrekker series produced by UK-based Pilot Productions. The series is based on the concept of having a travel guide touring a specific country, experiencing cultural highlights, meeting local people and basically learning about the country together with the viewer. The “guide” is not the expert here, the experts are the locals, and the viewer travels the country in the “guise” of the guide, which makes the videos quite entertaining and exciting – and ideal for the language classroom. There is hardly any language classroom without the use of videos at one time or another. What activities are used in connection with video-clips in class? Quite a lot it would seem. Post-video phase 2 – Debriefing 1.
tableau noir: Anglais cycle III Téléchargement Liens Outils pour la classe Fichiers audio conduite de sa classe Progressions, textes officiels ... Livres pour la classe Fichiers audio Travaux sur les textes Exercices en ligne Téléchargements.. Conjugaison; articles; déterminants; pronoms; pluriel ... En classe; animaux; nourriture... Ecouter la prononciation. Exercices d'entraînement en ligne et en téléchargement. Parler des autres; de soi; poser des questions...